Okay...I finally got this thing done.
Thank you LPB for the info...but I need to add a few more things.
those nuts on the fuel lines do not budge! I could not get that filter out of there for the life of me. Everything was straightforward...disconnect...replace washers...reconnect.
But I needed an extra person to help me loosen the bolts, and retighten the bolts. One of the fuel lines need to be aligned...and that was a pain.
Also...since I spent all of my time and energy on the two fuel line bolts...I forgot to tighten by bleeder bolt with a rachet...and I was spilling fuel. Damn...
Well, after I depressurized the tank again...I cleaned the spill as best I could and tightened the bleeder bolt back up...and no more gas spilling.
Was it worth the $60 dollars that I saved? Yep!!!